Hathcocks’ prayer update excerpts

Greetings from Debrecen.

God continues His work in Debrecen. Last Sunday there were so many who attended the Super Sunday service who heard the Gospel. Thanking God for all the seeds that were planted over the last two weeks. I get excited and encouraged when I see how students are serving and inviting their lost friends to know more about Jesus. God is working in and through the lives of students. Last Thursday’s coffee house was very interesting because one of Darrel’s former students came with a friend, and for two hours they had a respectful discussion about Christianity and his own different religion. So thankful for what God is doing — it is amazing.

Please pray:

  • That God would soften the student’s heart to the truth of the Gospel, and that his eyes will be open so he can see clearly what his own religion is really about. 
  • For a medical student, that he would realize that he needs someone (God) greater than himself to help him with his struggles. 
  • For another student, that he would completely give his life to Jesus, and that whatever is hindering him would be removed. 
  • For a student who indicated that he gave his life to Jesus; pray that he will grow and have the courage to talk to others about his decision. Ask that his life will reflect the commitment that he made in his heart. 
  • That God would draw the students He wants to come to the Thanksgiving outreach dinners. That they would clearly see and hear about Jesus during the time that they are with us. 
  • For the church that hosted the MGI team to see the importance of contacting those who attended the English classes and continuing that relationship that began over the last couple of weeks. Pray that people would respond to God’s invitation to go fishing and make disciples. 
  • That God would continue to enable us to learn Hungarian as we meet with teachers this week. Our exams will be December 4th and 5th. 

Thank you so much for praying for us!

One of God’s servants,
Kimberly Hathcock